These recipes aren't in the book, they are extras for free! Since we published Naked Chocolate, raw cacao butter, powder and other cacao products have been made available. This opens up a whole new world of Naked Chocolatiering. You can substitute raw coconut butter for raw cacao butter in any of the book's recipes, which will make a firmer chocolate bar due to its higher melting point.
Superchocolate goji lemon bar
Add everything to a Vita-Mix and blend until smooth. Pour into any mould and put in the fridge to set.
This is so much like that triangular chocolate that we all love. Er, except this one's got masses of brain food in it.
Grind the cacao nibs into a fine powder. Grind the cashew nuts into a fine powder. Grate the white cacao butter and add to a bowl. Pour some warm water into another bowl and sit the bowl with the butter in into this bowl. Don't get water into your cacao butter. Wait until the butter has melted, and then add the other ingredients. Stir very well and then pour it into any pretty moulds.
Bonkers rawdechox bar
Add everything to a Vita-Mix and blend until smooth. Pour into any mould and put in the fridge to set. You only need a small amount of this chocolate daily to get mega antioxidants into you for the detox magic to work!
Hansel and Gretel mix
Mix everything together in a bowl, then place in little containers dotted around your house ready for people to discover with delight.
This recipe has infinite variations. Add hemp seeds, sesame seeds, crushed nuts, dried currants, raisins, sultanas apricot chunks, pineapple, mango etc. For extra enzyme action, soak the nuts overnight, rinse, and dehydrate until dried out. For mega nutrients, sprout the seeds before deyhdrating.
Blend everything together in a Vita-Mix until smooth, then place in cube moulds. Turn out when set.
Evie's delicious chocolate orange cake
Shazzie made this to make sure her daughter Evie was getting a good concentrated source of protein. She wasn't sure how it would turn out, so imagine her surprise when it made itself into a yummy moist cake! Add a touch of ginger to get the best ever chocolate ginger cake.
Put all the ingredients into a bowl and place that bowl into another one that has warm water in it. Let the ingredients sit for five minutes, this will melt the cacao butter and soften the hemp seed butter. Mix all the ingredients together with a fork, and then put it into a Vita-Mix. Blend all the ingredients until smooth, which will only take about 90 seconds on high. The mixture should just plop out of the Vita-Mix into a mould. If it doesn't, then add other wet or dry ingredients as necessary and blend again. Spread the mixture evenly in your mould (I add cling film (seran wrap) to mine to enable it to turn out easier), and then place it in the fridge for at least two hours to set. Prepare to be amazed.
ca·cao. Pronounced [ka-kow]. Rhymes with cow.
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